Chelsea Handler seems to be one the favorite guests of Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar on The View Monday, as the ladies discuss Handler’s vocal dislike of Donald Trump and her hope that Melania soon drops him.
It’s amazing what a nice meal and witnessing the most humiliating moment of Paul Ryan’s life can do for your spirit. Today is a good day and I’m ready for some shade justice.
With the insane success of Fuller House, Candace Cameron Bure is exhausted. Flying to New York from LA just to yell in a crowd is wiping her out. She is following in the footsteps of Raven-Symoné, and leaving The View for the greener pastures of a nostalgia-based series.
As the world crumbles around us, the gossip machine keeps sputtering and turning. Here’s a fun little tidbit of information about Ryan Phillippe, a man I have not thought about in quite some time–people often mistake his 17-year old daughter Ava for his freakin’ sister. Surprise: she hates it.
Opening Ceremony designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, not known for sticking to the straightforward runway presentation, put on an ambitious and very wide-ranging show yesterday on the anniversary of September 11, dubbed the “Pageant of the People.”
After taking awhile to come around to the idea that Bill Cosby could plausibly be guilty of raping the multiple women who’ve accused him, Whoopi Goldberg appears to be a bit more enlightened.
In the never-ending parade of hosts on ABC’s The View, another one might be biting the dust. According to Page Six, Paula Faris will be the next to be fired from the struggling morning talk show. Who knew we’d miss Elisabeth Hasselbeck, if only to keep the hosts we dislike recognizable?
Known funny person Michelle Collins will never be on The View—the show she’s co-hosted for just one season—again. Unless, of course, she is elected president at some point in the future (god knows the show will be on the air until the Earth is scorched and lifeless) and appears as a guest. A source tells Page Six the…
Whoopi Goldberg has committed to another wacky season of The View, according to sources.
In an about face, gossip TV host Wendy Williams has decided that she believes Kesha’s allegations that pop producer and Kemosabe record label head Dr. Luke raped her. Welcome Wendy, welcome.
Fuck Midol—give me cannabis.
2014's Best Supporting Actress Lupita Nyong’o has joined an ever-growing list of celebrities and members of Hollywood who have used a variation of the word “disappointed” to explain their feelings about the very white list of Oscar nominees this year.
Nicki Minaj revealed the cast for her ABC Family sitcom on Instagram Friday, the new place for sending out press releases. Model Selita Ebanks, along with a few unfamiliar faces, make up the leads.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina “visited” (via a live video feed) The View one week after hosts Joy Behar and Michelle Collins commented that Fiorina looked “demented” when she smiled. The overall vibe was somewhat strained.
On September 20, How to Get Away with Murder’s Viola Davis became the first woman of color in herstory to win an Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Drama. “Let me tell you something: The only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity,” she said in her impassioned acceptance speech. “You cannot…
Your favorite sassy auntie Patti Labelle has a cooking special coming soon. The show will also have Whoopi Goldberg, Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child and Patti’s old Dancing with the Stars partner Artem Chigvintsev over for dinner.
In the endless Merry Go Round that is the cast of The View, Page Six gossips that, as has been rumored previously, this fall’s new hosts of The View will definitely be Candace Cameron Bure (of Full House) and Paula Faris (of Good Morning America Weekend).
The sun rose this morning. The tide came in and out. And Whoopi Goldberg unnecessarily defended the offensive behavior of some idiot.
An odd place where men’s rights activists and feminists meet is at the idea that false rape allegations ruin lives. The first side is infuriated that with a single accusation, someone (usually female) can destroy the reputation and future of someone else (usually male). The second side argues that false allegations…